Dr. Rainer Wolber, Research & Development,
All the functions of a plaster
“In every wound, the protective function of the skin is impaired. The objective of wound dressing is not only to protect the wound, but also to enable conditions in which healing of the skin can proceed as undisturbed as possible, so that the skin’s healthy structure can be restored."
“A PLASTER WILL PROTECT
YOUR WOUND AND IMPROVE
THE HEALING PROCESS.”
In the treatment of minor everyday injuries, standard first aid dressings and plasters:
• Protect your wound from external influences and prevent contamination and infection
• Ensure the absorption of blood and secretions
• Reduce pain and trauma to a minimum during dressing removal and improve your comfort.
Find out what moist wound healing plasters can do to ensure better healing.